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Kpop group Momoland thrills Dubai

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Jan. 05, 19 | 9:18 pm

Fans were entertained at the recently at the Momoland Live in Concert held at the Dubai Tennis Stadium. Fans didn’t just get the chance to see their favorite Korean girl group, Momoland, perform, they were also treated with a special number by the newly Korean heartthrobs, Lucente.

The concert, organized by DJMC Events saw young girls cheering at the top of their lungs while Lucente was performing their latest hits on stage. A lot of the teens went ‘gaga’ over the boys as Lucente serenaded them and showed some sauve moves.

Hero, U. Seong, Bao, Z. Hoo, Kogun, Taejun and Parkha were simply amazed too see the audience reaction towards them. The group said they have just celebrated their 100 days as a group that night and were so privilege that they were welcomed warmly.

While waiting for the much awaited performance of Momoland, a series of ‘Bring Me’ games were played at the stadium. Hosting the entire show was the jolly and funny Chikai.

So there it was, the ardent and very much excited ‘K-pop’ supporters went all in with their cheers when the lights were shut and the background video wall slowlt started to open giving way to the lovely ladies – Nancy, Hyebi, Yeonwoo, Jane Taeha, Nayun, Daisy, JooE and Ahin – popularly known as the Momoland.


Wearing a ‘Nutcracker’ inspired costume, the girls had so much fun singing and dancing their Welcome to Momoland song. One after the other, the girls performed special numbers for their fans in 2’s and in 3’s. The group were so ecstatic seeing how active and supportive their fans were. Echoing in stadium are the word ‘Saranghae’ (meaning I Love You) which the supporters kept screaming.

The night ended with the famous dance moves of ‘Baam’ and ‘Bboom Bboom’. Kids and adults alike can’t help but to groove to the music too and just jam with their favorite Korean girl group – Momoland.

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